Getting an Audio Plugin Created ( was RE: [audio] Call for anupdated enhanced quicktime audio library ora small audiocomplementary library!)

Alejandro Tejada capellan2000 at gmail.com
Sat May 22 15:36:52 CDT 2010


Hi all,

Remember these externals that plays MOD music:

For Mac OS X, Andre Garzia published in 2007:

RevMikMod is an external for MacOS X Runtime Revolution.
It is built upon on MikMod library which is licensed with LGPL,
so this is freeware with source. This external uses Carbon
Thread API, the music will play on another thread so there's
no performance issue. You can play only one music at a time
but you can change speed, tempo and volume. 

http://andregarzia.com/revmikmod.html
http://www.mail-archive.com/use-revolution@lists.runrev.com/msg98790.html

FMODforRev external published by Bill Griffin & Tobias Opfermann in 2003,
http://lists.runrev.com/pipermail/use-revolution/2003-October/025163.html

Fmod is a music library that is free to use in freeware products, and 
costs varying amounts of money for other shareware and commercial uses. 
http://www.fmod.org/ has more info on that.

(Not available from authors website, but probably some
developers have these externals among their Backup files)

Mac Version: http://www.igame3d.com/FMODforRev.sit
PC Version: http://www.igame3d.com/FMODforRev.zip

Alejandro
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